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  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 24 January 2022
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781800920255
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 216x292 mm
  • Illustrations: 823
  • Pages: 112
  • RRP: £12.99
  • Series: Draw 100
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Draw 100: Flowers

£12.99

From basic shapes to amazing drawings in super-easy steps by Janet Whittle & Penny Brown

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Book Description

Everybody loves flowers, and here are 100 beautiful blooms for you to draw!

Whether you prefer the understated beauty of a simple daisy or the garish good looks of a flamingo lily, you're bound to discover a flower in this book that you will find irresistible and you will just want to pick up your pencil and start drawing! There are everyday garden blooms such as roses and tulips, delicate wild varieties such as primroses and bluebells, and a whole range of exotics, too, if you want to try something a bit different.

Each flower is broken down into six simple stages that lead you effortlessly through to the finished drawing. There are no written instructions to follow just basic shapes and pencil strokes. Even if you’ve never drawn anything before, you will be amazed at how quickly you will achieve incredibly impressive drawings. Every project also shows two finished examples of the flower one shaded with pencil and the other with colour.

This is the perfect book for budding artists yearning to draw their favourite posies, or the experienced artist looking for a variety of subjects to inspire.

The material in this book is taken from the following books in Search Press's successful How to Draw series: Flowers, Garden Flowers, Wild Flowers, Exotic Flowers.

Table of Contents

Introduction 8
What do you need? 9
How to use this book 10
Flowers 12111

About the Author

About Janet Whittle

Janet Whittle is a professional artist and qualified teacher who specializes in flowers and landscapes in watercolour and pastel. She exhibits regularly at the Westminster Galleries in London, and has also shown her work at the prestigious Mall Galleries and other international venues. Greeting cards bearing her work are widely available in Europe and the US and her prints are sold throughout the world. Janet has received awards from the major UK art groups, including the Society of Botanical Artists' Founder President's Honour in 1999, and the St. Cuthberts Mill Award for a picture of outstanding quality in 2001. Also in that year she won The Society of Flower Painters' Award for Excellence for their Jersey Exhibition. Visit her website www.janetwhittle.co.uk.

About Penny Brown

Penny Brown trained and worked as a theatre designer for ten years before an increasing love of painting and drawing led her to illustration. She works in watercolour, graphite and most recently, cut paper collage. She has illustrated many books on craft, textiles, design, natural history and gardening. She exhibits her botanical paintings and drawings with The Society of Botanical Artists in London, Frankfurt and Spain. She has won several awards, including the prestigious President’s Prize at the SBA exhibition in 2015. She is also a member of The South West Society of Botanical Artists and opens her studio regularly for Dorset Art Weeks. She looks forward to continuing her parallel careers in botanical art and illustration. Visit her website www.pennybrownillustrations.com.

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This is a beautiful collection of flowers for the beginner artist, with step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations. Each flower is broken down into six easy steps. By adding a few simple shapes a stage at a time, it is possible to create a very realistic drawing of a flower. There is then the opportunity to either create a shaded version either in pencil, or in colour.

There is such a wide variety of flowers within the 100 images, from African Blue Lily to Yellow Loosestrife, with examples of both wild flowers and garden flowers, each one with exquisite, but achievable detail.

Whether you are looking to improve your drawing skills or want to find a perfect way to relax, this delightful book is full of inspiration. Highly Recommended!


Leisure Painter

As part of the Draw 100 series from Search Press come Draw 100: Flowers and Draw 100: Animals. These books are aimed at the complete beginner, promising to take you from basic shapes to amazing drawings in super-easy steps. Draw 100: Flowers is written and illustrated by Janet Whittle a professional artist and qualified teacher, and Penny Brown a designer and illustrator. From delicate blooms to exotic species, each flower is broken down into six simple stages. There is no text included, just basic shapes and pencil strokes, making it easy to follow, and every project includes two finished examples one shaded with pencil and the other with colour so you are able to build up your tonal skills as well.

Using this tried and tested formula, budding artists will be able to produce striking drawings and paintings with ease.

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